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           Fire Department Structure

Fire Chief Doug Wilson

Deputy Fire Chief Neal Rideout

Two Captains

Two Lieutenants

Twenty-Four Fire Fighters

Message from the Fire  Chief

On behalf of the Logan Lake Fire/Rescue I would like to welcome you to our website. Our desire is to provide our citizens and visitors with information that is useful and beneficial to you, our customers.

I am honoured to serve the District of Logan Lake as your Fire Rescue Chief. I am proud to lead our team of passionate, dedicated firefighting personnel. Our committed and skilled firefighters are here to help you during your time of need. Whether it is a medical emergency, fire, motor vehicle accident or any form of rescue we will strive to perform professionally and competently to exceed the public’s expectations. Simply stated our personnel care deeply about their duty to serve. It is also a privilege to work with the citizens of Logan Lake and to contribute to their overall safety. It is my commitment to always place the safety of our firefighters and citizens first. Our Fire Rescue services have identified programs that we are committed to on a regular base.

  1. Public Fire Safety and Education
  2. Emergency Response
  3. Fire Prevention, Inspection and Code enforcement
  4. Wildfire Mitigation and Prevention

We hope this web site will assist you in becoming more aware of our efforts in these a programs and most importantly, the fire safety measures you can take to protect your family and property.

Remember, working smoke alarms save lives and are law. Be sure to test your smoke alarms often, and that your home has one on every level and outside sleeping areas. Your actions after the alarms sounds are as crucial. Please develop, and practice, a household Fire Escape Plan with all members of your family. The precious seconds a well-practiced plan will save can make all the difference.


Open Burning

Open Burning is permitted within the District of Logan Lake; however  please be aware that you must apply for a Burning Permit from the Fire Chief before you burn.   There is no charge for the permit.  Click here to view and/or print a copy of the Fire Department Regulations which contains information on Burning Regulations and includes a Burning Permit (schedule D, E & F).  The permit must be signed by the Fire Chief prior to commencing burning.


Ice Rescue

Logan Lake Fire and S.A.R.

Logan Lake Fire and S.A.R (Logan Lake Search and Rescue) took time out of their weekend on March 20 & 21, 2021 to join in training and fine tune their skills in Ice Rescue.  A great time was had by all !!!


Doug Wilson, Fire Chief Logan Lake Fire Hall
District of Logan Lake
120 Chartrand Place
PO Box 190
Logan Lake, BC V0K 1W0
250-523-2315 ext. 101
c: 250-320-1790